CTBUH Silver Member

Ronald Lu & Partners

About

Member Since: 2009

Member Offices: Hong Kong

Website: http://www.rlphk.com/

Ronald Lu & Partners (RLP) is a design-led architecture firm with the vision to design a better life and redefine sustainability with over 550 trusted advisors across Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou. RLP is an industry changer, focusing on transit-oriented development (TOD), transportation, mixed-use, retail, dining and entertainment (RDE) civic & community, culture, and smart manufacturing, education, healthcare and wellness, luxury residential, and interior design services. RLP has collaborated with over a thousand international partners and award-winning projects all over the globe.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture; Interior Design

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2009

Member Offices

  • Hong Kong

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

Tianjin CTF Finance Centre

530 m / 1,739 ft

2

Victoria Dockside

272.5 m / 894 ft

3

LOHAS Park Grand Marini

222.5 m / 730 ft

4

LOHAS Park Ocean Marini

222.5 m / 730 ft

5

LOHAS Park Marini

216 m / 709 ft

6

The Merton 1

197 m / 646 ft

7

Manhattan Hill 1-2

193 m / 633 ft

8

2 Murray Road

190 m / 623 ft

9

The Merton 2

189 m / 620 ft

10

Manhattan Hill 3

186.4 m / 612 ft

Awards

Tianjin CTF Finance Centre

Award of Excellence: Tianjin CTF Finance Centre

Best Tall Building 400 meters and above 2021

Ctbuh Leaders

Andy Leung

Andy Leung

CTBUH Chapter Secretary, 2017 – Present

Hong Kong

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

18 September 2014

The Challenges of Constructing and Project Managing Tall Buildings in Asia

Even as Asia is a staging ground for many of the world’s most ambitious urban construction projects, there are many realities on the ground that...

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Research

17 October 2016

From Icon to Community: The Repositioning of the Mega Tower in the City Context

Historically, mega-towers were frequently labelled “egocentric displays of power,” becoming iconic symbols of a city or an individual. In today’s age of global hyper-urbanization, supertall...

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Global News

23 September 2020

Office Tower Planned for Hong Kong Block Dubbed the "World's Most Expensive Site"

Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has revealed its plans for a 190-meter-tall office tower on the world’s most expensive plot of land – a public car...

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Rank
Name
City
Height

1

Wuhan CTF Finance Center

Wuhan

648 m

2,126 ft

2

Tianjin CTF Finance Centre

Tianjin

530 m

1,739 ft

3

Wuhan CTF Finance Center

Wuhan

475 m

1,558 ft

4

Shantou Lanshuixing Tower C2

Shantou

306 m

1,003 ft

5

Shantou Lanshuixing Tower C1

Shantou

290 m

950 ft

6

Victoria Dockside

Hong Kong

273 m

894 ft

7

LOHAS Park Grand Marini

Hong Kong

223 m

730 ft

7

LOHAS Park Ocean Marini

Hong Kong

223 m

730 ft

9

LOHAS Park Marini

Hong Kong

216 m

709 ft

10

Shantou Lanshuixing Serviced Apartments 1

Shantou

199 m

652 ft

11

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 9-10

Shantou

199 m

652 ft

12

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 18-19-20

Shantou

199 m

651 ft

13

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 11-12

Shantou

198 m

651 ft

13

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 13-14

Shantou

198 m

651 ft

13

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 15-16-17

Shantou

198 m

651 ft

16

Shantou Lanshuixing Serviced Apartments 2

Shantou

198 m

648 ft

17

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 1-2

Shantou

197 m

648 ft

18

The Merton 1

Hong Kong

197 m

646 ft

19

Wuhan CTF Finance Center Residential Tower 1

Wuhan

196 m

644 ft

19

Wuhan CTF Finance Center Residential Tower 2

Wuhan

196 m

644 ft

21

Shantou Lanshuixing Tower C3

Shantou

195 m

640 ft

22

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 7-8

Shantou

194 m

635 ft

23

Manhattan Hill 1-2

Hong Kong

193 m

633 ft

24

2 Murray Road

Hong Kong

190 m

623 ft

25

The Merton 2

Hong Kong

189 m

620 ft

26

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 5-6

Shantou

187 m

613 ft

27

Manhattan Hill 3

Hong Kong

186 m

612 ft

27

Manhattan Hill 5

Hong Kong

186 m

612 ft

27

Manhattan Hill 6

Hong Kong

186 m

612 ft

30

8 Clearwater Bay Road

Hong Kong

186 m

610 ft

31

One Silversea 1-3

Hong Kong

182 m

596 ft

31

One Silversea 5-6

Hong Kong

182 m

596 ft

31

One Silversea 7-8

Hong Kong

182 m

596 ft

34

Shantou Lanshuixing Residential Tower 3-4

Shantou

180 m

592 ft

35

The Merton 3

Hong Kong

180 m

591 ft

36

Poly Tower V

Guangzhou

180 m

591 ft

37

China Resources Building

Hong Kong

178 m

584 ft

38

18 Farm Road

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

39

The Palazzo

Hong Kong

166 m

545 ft

40

Century Gateway 1

Hong Kong

158 m

517 ft

41

Century Gateway 5

Hong Kong

157 m

516 ft

42

Century Gateway 2

Hong Kong

153 m

502 ft

43

Century Gateway 6

Hong Kong

151 m

496 ft

44

Tencent East China Headquarters

Shanghai

150 m

492 ft

45

Century Gateway 3

Hong Kong

147 m

483 ft

46

Century Gateway 7

Hong Kong

145 m

477 ft

47

TODTOWN

Shanghai

145 m

476 ft

48

Larvotto Towers 1, 2

Hong Kong

140 m

459 ft

48

Larvotto Towers 3, 5, 6, 7

Hong Kong

140 m

459 ft

50

Century Gateway 8

Hong Kong

139 m

457 ft

51

Larvotto Towers 8, 9, 10

Hong Kong

137 m

448 ft

52

Saigon Pearl Tower 1

Ho Chi Minh City

135 m

443 ft

52

Saigon Pearl Tower 2

Ho Chi Minh City

135 m

443 ft

54

Academic 3, City University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

107 m

352 ft

55

Le Pont Tower 6A & 6B

Hong Kong

70 m

231 ft

56

Le Pont Tower 1A & 1B

Hong Kong

67 m

220 ft

56

Le Pont Tower 2A & 2B

Hong Kong

67 m

220 ft

58

Le Pont Tower 3A & 3B

Hong Kong

67 m

218 ft

58

Le Pont Tower 5A & 5B

Hong Kong

67 m

218 ft

60

Opus Hong Kong

Hong Kong

60 m

197 ft

61

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Office-Hotel Building

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Apartment Hotel Tower 1

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 1

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 2

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 3

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 4

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 5

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 6

Foshan

- m

- ft

62

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Residential Tower 7

Foshan

- m

- ft

70

ICC Country Garden Sanlonghui Apartment Hotel Tower 2

Foshan

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

12 Years

Most Common Function*

Residential (77%), 40 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (91%), 31 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

Total: 52 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 34 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 52 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

18 September 2014 | Shanghai

The Challenges of Constructing and Project Managing Tall Buildings in Asia

Even as Asia is a staging ground for many of the world’s most ambitious urban construction projects, there are many realities on the ground that...

17 October 2016

From Icon to Community: The Repositioning of the Mega Tower in the City Context

Bryant Lu & Guymo Wong, Ronald Lu & Partners

Historically, mega-towers were frequently labelled “egocentric displays of power,” becoming iconic symbols of a city or an individual. In today’s age of global hyper-urbanization, supertall...

16 September 2014

Learning from Hong Kong: Why High Density TODs Spell the Future for Asia’s Most Populous Cities

Bryant H.Y. Lu, Andy K.M. Leung & Anthony M.C. Cheung, Ronald Lu & Partners

The paper utilizes examples in Hong Kong and Shanghai to demonstrate why high- density Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs) spell the future for Asia’s most populous cities....

23 September 2020

Office Tower Planned for Hong Kong Block Dubbed the "World's Most Expensive Site"

Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has revealed its plans for a 190-meter-tall office tower on the world’s most expensive plot of land – a public car...

09 July 2020

Twinkling Window Design Revealed for Tech Giant's Headquarters in Shanghai

Twinkling lights’ reflecting windows design concept unveiled by Ronald Lu & Partners for Tencent East China headquarters. Ronald Lu & Partners (RLP) unveils the design...

28 March 2019

Luxury Hotel Anchors Victoria Dockside Redevelopment in Hong Kong

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) has completed the Rosewood Hotel in Hong Kong. The Rosewood Tower anchors the redeveloped Victoria Dockside, Hong Kong’s new creative...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Ronald Lu & Partners

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 October 2016

The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.

Ctbuh Leaders At Ronald Lu & Partners

Andy Leung

CTBUH Chapter Secretary, 2017 – Present

Andy Leung

Hong Kong